Jock McFadyen: The Ability to Cling
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A major retrospective of the gritty work of Jock McFadyen, from the figurative works of the 80s through the 90s' lovingly detailed pictures of grungy buildings to the more recent small-scale nudes. Part of Edinburgh Art Festival.
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Reviews & features
Jock Mcfadyen: the Ability to Cling17 Aug 2012
Small but revealing exhibition of paintings and sculptures
Small but revealing exhibition of paintings and sculptures ‘The ability to cling fastidiously to an image is a pointer to the mark of a true artist,’ runs the slogan which gives this exhibition its title on one of the Paisley-born McFadyen’s earlier…
Artbeat: Jock Mcfadyen2 Aug 2012
London-based artist at the Edinburgh Art Festival 2012
What was the first exhibition you went to see? My grandfather used to take me to Kelvingrove when I was a boy and I remember red drapes as he showed me the Salvador Dali crucifixion and the blasphemy of the viewer looking down on the head of Christ. He…
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